Easter is almost here! Check out:
>> our special Easter Holiday Camps and Classes!
>> our post about egg-cellent Easter events, workshops and egg-tivities
(a couple of events are taking place this weekend)!
How does the clothing industry work? (Booking required, in Eng)
One of LuxKids Lab aims is to offer children the opportunity to meet professionals from different sectors, to understand how certain industries work and what skills are required by introducing a new series of workshops on “how it works?” Neha Bhandari from StylizedU in collaboration with LuxKids Lab, will explore with the children clothing related topics – see website for details!.
Where: Old bikes will be collected on 2&3 March in the old underground parking in Belle Etoile (green parking); Sales: 2-10 March at the same place
When: 17 March at 10:00–12:00
Age: 9+ years
Cost: 20 EUR per kid
KindyROO Luxembourg (in English, Registration required)
KindyROO aims to enrich the learning potential and health of children, by providing a fun and educational environment in which parent and child can bond and learn together. Come along to KindyROO Luxembourg to try the acclaimed classes and understand how we can help your child to maximize their learning potential! See website below for further details!
Where: 5 av. Marie–Thérèse L-2132 Luxembourg
When: Saturdays: regular classes run on Thursdays and Saturdays (visit the website to see the schedule and to sign up)
Age: 6 weeks – 2 years
Kass Haff Fest and Bio Nest Exchange
Head over to this Bio market where you will find new kid’s clothes, wooden toys, baby carriers & slings. There will be activities for the whole family as well.
Where: Kass Haff, rue de Luxembourg, 187a, 7540 Rollingen
When: 17 March at 10:00–18:00
Age: all ages
80’s Party for Adults and Kids
Let’s dance on the floor like a maniac and join the girls who just wanna have fun! Join this family event there kids are accepted for a night of fun and lots of dancing. Exclusive: A show from the Village Papas!
Where: Centre Civique de Hesperange, 9 Rue de Bettembourg, 5810 Hesperange
When: Saturday 17 March – Doors open @ 19h00
Age: All ages, parents and kids are welcome
Cost: Entrance is free – If you want to eat: special buffet with Lasagnas, Paella, Salads and Desserts can be booked for 15€ (adults) and 10€ (kids)
Hack4Kids: develop your own video game! (in English, French, German, Luxembourgish, Registration required)
This special Hack4Kids edition targets children aged from 7 to 12 years old and will teach them how to develop a game based on the Scratch platform. The goal of this workshop is to promote teamwork and to make children discover the different key steps of a hackathon from the concept formalization to the technical development and finally the presentation of the outcomes. Children will be able to choose the main game’s concept in order to get the control of the game’s creation. This game is for beginners, no particular prerequisite knowledge is required (except the desire to discover).
Where: Forum Geeseknäppchen, 40, Boulevard Pierre Dupong,, 1430 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
When: 17 March at 10:00–12:3
Age: 7-12 years
Me & My Dog
Workshop in which your kids can make their own dog biscuits!
When: 17 & 24 March: 10h30
Age: all ages
“A Possen” Workshop for Kids
Where: Musée “A Possen”, 2 Keeseschgässel, L-5405 Bech-Kleinmacher
When: 17 March: 14-17h
Age: 6-12 years
Cost: 20 EUR
Family Yoga (5-9 Years), Kids Yoga (5-9 yrs) & Pre-teen Yoga (10-13 yrs) (Booking required)
Yoga is a great way for kids to increase awareness of themselves, others and the world, while having fun! The kids class is taught in English and French by Anna Svensson. The pre-teen class is taught in English but French translation is possible.
Where: 2, Circuit de la Foire Internationale, Luxembourg-Kirchberg
When: Kids Yoga: Saturday– 14:30-15:30; Pree-teen: Saturday – 16-17h; Family Yoga: Saturday – 10h30-11h30
Age: Kids and Family : 5-9yrs; Pre-teen: 10-13yrs
Guided Interactive Visit for Kids (in Lux, DE, Booking required)
During this interactive guided tour, young visitors explore the world of Luxembourg street photography by making drawings and participating in board games!
Where: Lëtzebuerg City Museum, 14, rue du Saint-Esprit, L-2090 Luxembourg
When: 17 March: 14h
Age: 3-6 years
Saturday & Sunday
ChocoPalace World Chocolate Sculpture Festival – Durbuy
The world’s largest CHOCOLATE SCULPTURE FESTIVAL in the smallest city in the world! Enter this dream world and discover a series of chocolate sculptures in a “jungle” atmosphere! There will be chocolate course, exhibitors, chocolate bar and many surprises!
Where: Parc Roi Baudouin, 6940 Durbuy, Belgique
When: Daily, 9 February – 1 April
Age: All ages
Cost: see website
Kids Concerts at the Philharmonie
Concert for kids!
Where: Philharmonie Luxembourg, 1 Place de l’Europe, 1499 Luxembourg
When: 17& 18 March
Age: 5-9 years
Cost: 12/18 EUR
THERE AND BACK AGAIN – VISIONS DE TOLKIEN ET D’AILLEURS
Love the Hobbits – then this exhibition is for you . From more than forty original John Howe paintings, 30 are part of the artist’s work around Tolkien’s imagination while the others represent the artist’s fantastic universe!
Where: Cercle Cité (2 rue Genistre, L-1623 Luxembourg, Luxembourg) and Place d’Armes, Luxembourg City
When: 09/02/2018 > 18/03/2018 | 11:00-19:00
Age: all ages
Stories and crafts at the Library (In Luxembourgish)
Visit the library on Saturday morning to listen to stories in Luxembourgish, sing songs and do some crafts.
Where: Cité-Bibliothèque, 3 rue Genistre, L-1623 Luxembourg
When: Saturdays, 10.30-11.30 AM
Age: 4-8 years
KidzCooking March 2018 classes and Easter holidays workshops for families and children are here!
Here are the details but do make sure you check their website for all details:
25th March 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Savoury spring wraps
9th April 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Chinese ravioli with crispy vegetables
10th April 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Nids de Pâques, chocolate vanilla
11th April 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Brioches de Pâques
12th April 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Easter carrot cake
22nd April 2018 at 10h30-11h45: Ravioli di magro
For questions contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Water Day at Nature Park of the Upper-Sûre
This day is s all about water! The Nature Park of the Upper-Sûre invites you to its big Waterday. All day long the whole family can participate in different activities. They include:
– contruction of small rafts, followed by a raft race
– different workshops on the topic of water
– discovery of local aquatic animals
– activities relating to wastewaters (upcycling, exhibition and presentation of SIDEN, …)
– information and animation
– guided visit of SEBES (local freshwater provider)
– and much more!
Of course you will find food and drinks on site!
Where: Naturparkzenter / Duchfabrik, Maison du Parc, 15 rte de Lultzhausen, L – 9650 Esch-sur-Sûre
When: 18 March: 10:30-17:00h
Sugarland (Booking required, in De, Lux, Fr)
Musival show for kids!
Where: Kulturhaus Niederanven, 145, route de Trèves, Niederanven
When: 18 March: 10h30 & 11h30
Age: 2-6 years
Cost: 10/6/1.5 EUR
The Story Cafe weekend special (Booking required)
Join Lucy Goosey to continue the St Patricks Day celebrations with a Weekend Special Story Cafe !
Enjoy a Irish themed story read by Uk qualified teacher Gemma Williams. Then explore the story through various play lead activities including theme related craft to help you on your journey! Singing session included and face painter for all paying attendees! Baby sensory toys and activities included You also have the option to join us before for Irish stew & after for traditional Irish dancing !
Where: ÉireLux food&drinks Supplies, 40, rue des Bruyères, L-1275, Howald
When: 18 March at 14:00–15:00
Age: suitable from birth to 7 years – adult participation required
Cost: 10 EUR per kid
HAXPAXMAX (in Lux, Registration required)
Where: THÉÂTRE DES CAPUCINS, 9, place du Théâtre, 2613 Luxembourg
When: 18 March: 11h
Age: 4-99 years
Cost: 5 EUR
Fatima und der Traumdieb (in DE, Booking required)
Head over to Cube 521 to enjoy the enchanting Syrian tale of Rafik Schami!
Where: Cube 521, 1-3 DRIICHT, L-9764 MARNACH
When: 18 March: 16h
Age: 6+ years
Cost: adults – 10/12 EUR; 6 EUR – less than 26 years
FENRIR, DE RISEWOLLEF (in Lux, Booking required)
Music and dance theater >> every day a woman with magical power tells the gods that Fenrir – a bad wolf from the world ….!
Where: CAPE – Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck, 1 place Marie-Adélaïde, L-9063,ETTELBRUCK, Luxembourg
When: 18 March: 16h
Age: 8-12 years
Cost: 12/6 EUR
There are more activities happening this weekend listed in our recurrent weekend activities list -like Arts and Crafts for kids, Baby Sensory classes, Yoga for kids, workshops at Casino, Stories in Cité-Bibliothèque, workshops at MNHA museum , workshops in Mudam , Cinémathèque For Kids (Cinema Paradiso), Il était une fois and much more! Check all of them out here!
Events Outside Luxembourg
– around 37 km from Luxembourg city (Rue de Neufchâteau 153, 6700 Arlon, Belgium): Escape Games for the whole family, 17 March
– around 49 km from Luxembourg city ( Trier and surroundings ): Various kids events and theatres and Guided Walk for kids
– around 64 km from Luxembourg city (Metz, France): Various workshops for kids
– around 229 km from Luxembourg city (Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium): Le salon MADE IN ASIA – Manga : 16-18 March
Skiing/Sledding Options For Kids
And here are some places, close to Luxembourg, where you can go skiing even with little ones.
– Snowhall-Amneville: indoor ski slopes, ski/sledding rental equipment available even for little ones (the smallest ski boot size is 26). There is even an indoor café/bar from which ski slopes are visible!
– Erbeskopf: ski slope, around 91 km from Luxembourg city; ski/sledding rental equipment available as well
– Les Vosges, France: around 2h30 from Luxembourg. Check the link for details of the different ski areas available. And here check the snow report.
For more options check out the City Savvy Skiing Guide!
And you shouldn’t forget about the 501 Things To Do With Kids In And Around Luxembourg Guide — it is the perfect way to plan your weekend or weekly getaway — visit a park, got to a camping site, take a picture perfect stroll down a nature trail (by the way there are 25 of those mentioned in the 501 Things Guide)